Established in 1998, Sussex Healthcare is a premier network of nursing and residential care homes based in the Sussex area. Today, the organization has over 20 prominent care homes with job offerings that include in-house training. There are many benefits of working as a qualified caregiver at Sussex Healthcare. Caregivers can receive a bonus pay rate on weekends, paid holidays, free bus passes, free uniforms, meal discounts, referral bonuses, pension, career progression options, mentoring programs and many other additional benefits. For more than 25 years in healthcare, the organization has won awards for its topnotch services.
The Sussex Healthcare group are on the lookout for caregivers that have one or more of the following specialties: dementia, terminal illness, respite, learning disabilities, elderly, mental health and acquired brain trauma. Those that are interested in at least one of these specialties, but do not have enough experience, can also receive adequate training onsite from the trusted professionals at the facility. In 2005, the organization was officially accredited by the Health Quality Service, a group that strictly evaluates nursing homes and medical centers across the country. The company’s main facility is located in the beautiful rural town of Horsham, West Sussex, United Kingdom.
Known for its state-of-the-art facilities and personalized care, Sussex Healthcare has provided the utmost care for many residents who are suffering from neurological disorders, lesions and more. The organization had recently opened a cutting-edge full-size gym to help its residents heal and lead a healthy lifestyle. They’ve equipped the latest elliptical trainers, free weights, medicine balls, treadmills stationary bikes, swimming pool and more. For relaxing and therapeutic purposes, there is a large hot tub and spa that’s fit to relax the tensest of muscles, as well as fully destress the mind. The caregivers and health professionals believe that a proper dose of exercise can help the brain develop brand new neurons. This will ultimately increase the ability of a patient who’s suffering from an onset of dementia to be able to create fresh memories and retain critical thinking.